Tags: Science, statistic, visualization
Increasingly, we can watch science as it marches on.
Tags: Design, Eye Candy, Literature, Statistics, visualization, Webware
With this exciting new tool, anyone can make exciting, visually powerful text visualizations. People like myself, and the folks over at Many Eyes.
Tags: Commerce, Eye Candy, History, Statistics, visualization
Tags: garfield, garkov, markov, markov chains, Mathematics, sequence analysis, Statistics
Tags: american politics, blue, political science, Politics, red, red vs. blue, Reference, Statistics, usa
Tags: analysis, Music, programming, Software, Statistics, Technology, visualization, Webware
Tags: Art, Books, Literature, poetry, Statistics, visualization
Tags: graphs, Humor, spreadsheets, Statistics, visualization
The New York Times is host to one of the most stunning interactive visualizations I’ve seen in years. Unsurprisingly, this visualization has caused a bit of a stir.
Inspired by a wonderful short story by Borges, James Grimmelmann has outlined how to manage impossibly huge amounts of information.
Jumping spiders, apparently, are expert drummers. (Warning: video contains spiders, which as we all know, are scary)
Take that, Pyramidalis Muscle!
a.k.a Kitty Crack